Fulbright trip to the North

Earlier this month was the annual Fulbright trip to the North. Every October there’s a trip to the South and every February to the North. They make a point of exposing us to various ethnic and religious groups found within Israel. In the South we learned about the Bedouins; in the North about the Circassians, Druze, and Sufi Muslims. They also take us to sites of historic and archaeological interest.

The next few posts will be picture-heavy. Yay! The pictures are courtesy of my friend Mark, who is a great photographer. He lent Rafi his shockproof camera, with adorable results. There are so many photos, I don’t know where to start, so here are a few snapshots of Rafi and me throughout the trip.

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Nimrod’s Fortress

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Druze village

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